Patient Abuse in Jerusalem Hospital

The depiction of an Israel Hospital is for affect only and bares no resemblance to to the hospital in question.

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Recently, I needed to have EMG and nerve conduction tests done in a Jerusalem Hospital which, for now, will remain nameless.

Upon entering, it was required that I hand over my hitcheivut for these tests to one of the secretaries at the outpatient desk, rather than going directly to the Mirpot, in this case Neurology.

Normally, the secretary would then hand you a paper with your name and teudah zehut (ID#) and a number of detachable stickers with your name a ID# on them. In this case, they handed me nothing and one of the secretaries instructed me to go the Mirpot (presumably meaning: department) Neurology — the beginnings of a what turned into a huge balagon. [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Beha’aloscha 5778: Emulating Aaron HaKohen’s Enthusiasm, Dedication, Constancy of Service and Fulfillment of Mitzvot vs By Rote Observance

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshiyot HaShevua, Beha’aloscha is being sponsored by Loren and Sora Deetza Spigelman and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated for a full and complete Refuah Shleima for Shir li Malka bat Aliza who was injured critically in an auto collision in January, 2018 at the entrance to Yishuv Shavei Shomron. To the Spigelman family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. [...]  Click here to read more.

Is Israel Cracking Down on Supermarkets’ Pricing Practices?

A good friend forwarded this author the following link:

309,000 Shekel Fine For Bar Kol Chareidi Chain Of Supermarkets For Failing To Price Items

The Tel Aviv Magistrate Court rejected an appeal filed by the chareidi Bar Kol supermarket chain, which was fined NIS 309,000 for having some 1,000 items without displaying their prices as required by law. The fine was levied by the Consumer Protection Authority.

Consumer protection officials explain the fine is actually low considering the widespread violations. Bar Kol appealed, stipulating the fine was excessive and imposing a fine on a group of products is a disproportionate act. The supermarket also claimed the fine was imposed too soon after the pricing law was amended and there was not enough time to price everything. [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Naso 5778: Birkhat Kohanim — Hashem’s Conduit for Brachot — Up Close and Personal

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parshat Naso is being sponsored Dr. Pinchas and Penina Klahr of Ramat Beit Shemesh lilui nishmas Pinchas’ Father, Nosson Karpel ben Shmuel Zanvil Tzvi (Klahr) and Penina’s Father, Rav Matisyohu ben Rav Yaakov (Weisenberg). To the Klahr family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Bamidbar 5778: The Census — By Half-Shekel or By Their Names?

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshiyot HaShevua, Bamidbar is being co-sponsored by Pesach and Ann Chapler and family and Reuven and Leah Goldman and family, both of Ramat Beit Shemesh, and dedicated for a full and complete Refuah Shleima for Shir li Malka bat Aliza who was injured critically in an auto collision in January, 2018 at the entrance to Yishuv Shavei Shomron. To the Chapler and Goldman families, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. [...]  Click here to read more.

Remembering the Past and The Challenges and Limits of Libertarianism in the State of the Jews

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Conversation Between Moshe Feiglin and Barak Moore
Click link above to view

Remembering the Past and The Challenges and Limits of Libertarianism in the State of the Jews

by Moshe Burt

Annually, when we leyn Parshat Bechukotai, whether as its own Parshat or as twinned with Parshat Behar, my thoughts drift back to concerns regarding Zehut and their party platform advocating separation of religion state. These concerns were further highlighted for me with the video discussion (linked above) on Sunday, 8 May, 2018 between Moshe Feiglin and media expert Barak Moore (with whom I wrote a number of years ago on blogs: http://iris.org.il/blog/, http://www.iris.org.il/israelblog/ owned by a mutual friend). [...]  Click here to read more.

A Kohen’s Bracha for Elor Azariya

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I was looking for the best social media vehicle to convey this, and I sure hope that somehow, some way that this makes it to be viewed by Elor and his family.

Elor, you should never, ever again feel even a hint of negativity from within yourself, or from anyone that you ever deal with as to your actions that day and what you have been through subsequently. You epitomize what a proud Jew, and a Chayal is, or should be. May you only know good health, happiness in all things, success in all endeavors, Torah, Chupah and Good deeds, Yeledim — Torah, Chupah and Good deeds — ALL to at least 120 years.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Bechukotai 5778: “Bechira”, Shabbos and The Tochochah

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parshat Bechukotai is being sponsored anonymously dedicated in honor of HaRav Yehuda Leib HaKohen ben HaRav Moshe Shimon HaKohen and Miriam bat Reb Menachem Mendel and Reb Zev Avraham ben Shlomo and wife Sima.. To our anonymous sponsor, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. [...]  Click here to read more.